Weekly Mortgage Matters for Doctors: Rate Update

Mortgage Matters – Doctor Mortgage Alliance     Keeping you updated on the market! For the week of January 16, 2017 MARKET RECAP A popular pithy quote, attributed to Mark Twain, goes, “History doesn’t repeat itself, but it often rhymes.”  Whether Twain actually uttered this observation is debatable; the truth behind it isn’t. We frequently… [Read More]

Weekly Mortgage Matters for Doctors: Prices Still Up

Mortgage Matters – Doctor Mortgage Alliance     Keeping you updated on the market! For the week of January 9, 2017 MARKET RECAP ­­Prices Still Up The major housing-data providers’ data continue to show rising home prices. CoreLogic is the latest data provider to confirm what most of us already know: Home prices around the… [Read More]

Weekly Mortgage Matters for Doctors: The Sale Also Rises

Mortgage Matters – Doctor Mortgage Alliance     Keeping you updated on the market! For the week of January 2, 2017 MARKET RECAP ­­The Sale Also Rises Since mortgage rates moved sharply higher, we’ve counseled on the need to retain equanimity: Stay level and focus on the big picture, which includes an improving economic outlook… [Read More]

Weekly Mortgage Matters: Rates on the Rise

Mortgage Matters – Doctor Mortgage Alliance     Keeping you updated on the market! For the week of December 26, 2016 MARKET RECAP ­­Rates on the Rise Quotes of 4%-or-more on a top-tier 30-year fixed-rate loan have become the new norm over the past 30 days. We might not be done. Quotes have trended higher…. [Read More]

Weekly Mortgage Matters: The Beginning of a New Era

Mortgage Matters – Doctor Mortgage Alliance     Keeping you updated on the market! For the week of December 19, 2016 MARKET RECAP ­­The Beginning of a New Era Time to say goodbye (at least for the time being) to sub-4% on the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage. Most quotes these days vibrate between 4.125% and 4.25%,… [Read More]

Weekly Mortgage Matters: Now What?

Now What?  We’re unsure which is worse: the pre-election analysis or the post-election analysis? It doesn’t really matter because it’s all speculation, and it’s speculation that will likely be proven wrong. We were told pre-election that Hillary Clinton was the status quo; she was the known quantity. Because she was the known quantity, stock prices… [Read More]